The new mobile vaccination sites – launched in the Mother City this week – has the capacity to each vaccinate up to 300 people per day.
The sites came into operation in Khayelitsha, Eerste River, Vanguard and Khayelitsha on Monday.
They were launched in collaboration with the Cipla Foundation, the provincial Health Department and the United States government.
The Acting U.S. Consul General in Cape Town, Will Stevens says more of the sites will, in the near future, be launched across the Western Cape.
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Today we are proud to join @WesternCapeGov Premier @alanwinde , @CiplaRSA & partners in Khayelitsha to launch the first of many innovative, movable vaccination stations – ensuring convenient access to the vaccine for up to 300 people per day. Together we can end the pandemic. pic.twitter.com/UjzwHZ9XEX
— US ConsulateCapeTown (@USConsulateCT) August 2, 2021
So proud to play our part. These innovative vaccination stations, co-funded by @USAID_SAfrica , will be deployed into various local communities ensuring access to the vaccine for up to 300 people per day. Together we can end the #COVID19 pandemic. https://t.co/05rZUrqjzf
— US ConsulateCapeTown (@USConsulateCT) August 3, 2021